Yarraman Park’s much missed Hinchinbrook has had some cracking fillies in the past including his Group I winners Seabrook and Spright, but he looks to have one that might be the best of them all in exciting two year-old Cellsabeel.
Port Macquarie gelding Chamisal, given a reprieve from being sold eight weeks ago, could thank connections with its second win in the past fortnight at Manning Valley Race Club’s TAB meeting at Taree on Monday.
Beauty Generation faces a pivotal test in Sunday’s (19 January) G1 Stewards’ Cup (1600m) at Sha Tin with not only the direction of future assignments but also his status as Hong Kong’s best miler in the balance.
Most New Zealand horses relish rain-affected ground but trainer Bjorn Baker is not convinced that is the case for former Kiwi Bobby Dee.
The second half of last season proved to be River Bird’s coming of age and as she returns for 2020 at Rosehill on Saturday her trainer Jason Coyle is confident she still has plenty of upside.
On-course bookmakers past and present will be honoured this Saturday as the Australian Turf Club hosts its second annual Bookmakers Recognition Day and a return to racing in 2020 at Rosehill Gardens.
Trainer Adam Trinder is cautiously optimistic his stable star Mystic Journey is on the mend and will compete in Melbourne next month ahead of her title defence in the All-Star Mile.
Unprecedented strife and stress for Joe Cleary delayed the TAB Highway introduction of flying mare Katie Did It who continues the long and profitable association for the Queanbeyan trainer and entrepreneur Gerry Harvey at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
A big drop in class can help Le Juge return to the form that made him among the most prolific winners in Australia last season.
John O’Shea’s resurgence has continued, with the trainer celebrating two winners at Warwick Farm.
Sydney’s champion trainer Chris Waller is yet to map out a 2020 Autumn Carnival campaign for his Epsom and Golden Eagle winner Kolding.